The evil vice that is corruption is so rampant that some Kenyans have resorted to making jokes to deal with the major blow. Just recently, Kenya took the third spot as the most corrupt country in the world according to a survey on prevalence of economic crimes released in Nairobi by audit firm PriceWaterhouseCoopers (PwC).
According to the survey, Kenya only fared better than South Africa and France.
On a lighter note, comedian Jaymo Ule Msee and his team have come up with a different perspective on corruption in Kenya. The comedians explain how Kenya can take advantage of its new wave of corruption and export expertise to other parts of the World.
You will need to be a little less serious to appreciate the humor in this skit.
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